Warning

This documentation only applies for the development version of Funkwhale! Visit the docs for the latest release.

Create a radio

Note

If you add content from a private library to a public radio, users can see the tracks but can’t play them.

Create a new radio to create a dynamic playlist of content based on filters. You can filter tracks by Artist and Tag.

To create a new radio:

  1. Select Radios in the sidebar. The Browsing radios screen opens.

  2. Select Create your own radio under the User radios section. The Builder screen opens.

  3. Enter a Radio name.

  4. Optional – enter a Description for your radio.

  5. To make your radio available to other users on your pod, enable the Display publicly switch. If you disable this switch, only you can see the radio.

  6. Select Artist or Tag from the Select a filter dropdown.

  7. Select Add filter to add the filter to your radio.

  8. Configure your filter:

    1. Enable the Exclude switch to exclude results from your selection in the radio. Disable this switch to include results from your selection in the radio.

    2. Choose your Artists or Tags in the Config dropdown menu.

    3. The Candidates column shows the number of tracks included. Select the {count} tracks matching filter option to view some of these tracks.

  9. Check the tracks under the {count} tracks matching combined filters section.

  10. Select Save to save your radio.

  1. Select the hamburger menu () to open the menu bar.

  2. Select Explore ‣ Radios or My Library ‣ Radios. The Browsing radios screen opens.

  3. Select Create your own radio under the User radios section. The Builder screen opens.

  4. Enter a Radio name.

  5. Optional – enter a Description for your radio.

  6. To make your radio available to other users on your pod, enable the Display publicly switch. If you disable this switch, only you can see the radio.

  7. Select Artist or Tag from the Select a filter dropdown.

  8. Select Add filter to add the filter to your radio.

  9. Configure your filter:

    1. Enable the Exclude switch to exclude results from your selection in the radio. Disable this switch to include results from your selection in the radio.

    2. Choose your Artists or Tags in the Config dropdown menu.

    3. The Candidates column shows the number of tracks included. Select the {count} tracks matching filter option to view some of these tracks.

  10. Check the tracks under the {count} tracks matching combined filters section.

  11. Select Save to save your radio.

You’re done! You can now play your radio.